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London Bridge Hotel

Location pin

8-18 London Bridge St, London, SE1 9SG - 

  • Users

    Up to
    45 guests

Situated in the historic and thriving borough of Southwark, London Bridge Hotel is rich in history, having been built on a site dating back to Roman times. It is conveniently located opposite London Bridge Station, close to the heart of the city and with fast and direct links to Docklands, ExCeL Exhibition Centre, Waterloo and the West End.Choose from 138 twin, double, Deluxe and Executive Rooms, each one finished in a contemporary style and boasting all mod cons: large flat screen television, radio, high speed internet access, voicemail, a DDI line, fibre optic reading lights, mini-bar, hairdryer, trouser press, iron and board, large safe and tea/coffee making facilities. The Deluxe rooms are very spacious and have a king size bed, sofa bed walk-in closet and a DVD player. The hotel also provides five conference rooms of varying size, which are ideally suited for training courses, meetings up to 80 or private dining.

This independent four-star hotel has 138 air-conditioned bedrooms, all with contemporary furnishings and fittings, large flat screen TVs and with excellent business facilities that include complimentary high-speed internet, voicemail and large safe for a laptop. In addition to the standard bedrooms there are also executive king rooms, suites and three luxury serviced apartments. Accessible rooms are also available.The hotel's five meeting rooms are suitable for private dining, presentations or training sessions from 2 to 80 delegates and each room is available with the latest audio-visual equipment, complimentary high speed internet access, IP and ISDN capable Polycom HD 720p video conferencing system with HD voice.Other facilities include a Fitness First gymnasium and a choice of dining, between the contemporary 'Londinium' restaurant, which serves a modern British menu, stylish Quarter Bar & Lounge, serving a wide choice of social food.

Capacity & layout

Standing

Standing

up to 45

Theatre

Theatre

up to 35

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 20

Cabaret

Cabaret

up to 20

Classroom

Classroom

up to 21

Catering & drinks

Catering arrangements

Catering arrangements

Amenities

Tea

Tea

Air conditioning

Air conditioning

Telephone

Telephone

Audio & visual

WiFi

WiFi

Other

Fully integrated state of the art audio visual equipment controlled by a wireless touch screen panel, including LCD flat screen.

Location

Reviews

  • Yara Abukhudair

    February 2024

    One of the best hotels I’ve stayed at in London. Quiet rooms which is uncommon in london.Room is fully prepped with everything you need. Staff and service is excellent everyone was helpful and kind. We even got a late checkout with no issue until 1 pm. I will be visiting again just for the customer service.

  • Julie Mansfield

    April 2024

    We had the best stay at the London Bridge Hotel. There were eight of us in our group and we loved the independent vibe compared to the corporate feel of most other places. All the staff were extremely friendly and helpful and the rooms and public area were spotless. Would definitely recommend.

  • Peter Kerl

    March 2024

    The hotel is rather basic. The room quite small, bathroom a bit dated, breakfast average. Location is superb with lots of restaurants nearby and market. There is shard and London Bridge station next door. Nothing really outstanding in this hotel.

  • Aaron Mullan

    March 2024

    Overall not for me. Travelling on business. Location very good but feels very dated and some areas requiring real focus are: - Provide plugs for the rooms beside the busy train station - Flush the toilet before the guest arrives - Leave more than a single tissue in the bathroom in case the guest needs more than one - Leaking kettle - Tried to order a drink at the bar but got directed to seat and had to offer from there, with service charge 🧐 - Mentioned company 10% discount when ordering but this was forgotten when given the bill unfortunately